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PBA President Patrick J. Lynch said:
“The sudden retirement of the individual who was the lead investigator in such a high-profile case seems very curious at this time. Many have suspected that the leak of critical wire tap recordings and grand jury testimony to members of the media, which is itself a crime, may have come from the very Internal Affairs Bureau who conducted the surveillance. It is also possible that those leaks occurred In an attempt to bolster the criminal cases against our members who, until now, would only have faced departmental charges for these types of alleged infractions.”